Deep fakes and 2020 elections

I’m here at the TechCrunch Robotics and AI conference (#TCRobotics) in Berkeley and the topic of deep fakes was being discussed at a panel. The conversation of deep fakes in 2020 US elections was interesting in a panel with Alexei Efros (UC BerKeley) and Hany Farid (Dartmouth College.) AI synthesized fake What we have been calling a deep fake is […]

Beyond robotic baristas and bartenders

Are current robotic bartenders and baristas merely vending machines? What would make them more human?

Self-supervised learning gets us closer to autonomous learning

Self-supervised learning is autonomous supervised learning, and a significant challenge for the next decade.

Will new job creation and Universal Basic Income solve Autonomous Era job losses?

Will job losses in the Autonomous Era be different? Will we create jobs like how we have in the previous industrial revolutions? Is educating people, creating UBI and jobs enough?

Organizations accepting AI and ML papers

ML and AI paper submissions need to be made much more accessible.  Everyone is talking about AI.  They are using scandolous stock photos, but that is because no one can understand your research. 😉 Please do not assume math PhDs and rocket scientists as audiences. If including code and data is not possible because of compute requirements, consider providing a simulative […]

From prescriptive recommender systems to autonomous operations

With success in self-driving cars, similar use cases in business become possible. Self-governing systems that can self-maintain, self-heal, self-learn, and self-improve are becoming a reality.

Visual Perception, in Humans, Animals, Machines, and Autonomous Vehicles​​

How Artificial Visual Perception (vision + interpretation) applies to machines, computers, and autonomous vehicles.